This could be the only vice that won’t put your bank balance into the red or damage your health. Sims are back with a belting range and the Ultimate Vice Bamboo is their flagship. A Bamboo topsheet and Basalt fibre laminates reduce the effect of your purchase on the environment whilst providing a smooth and powerful ride. The Ultimate Vice Bamboo is designed for strong all mountain freestylers who want a board with a stiff lively flex and an all mountain shape for versatility in different snow conditions.
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The Quest is Sims offering for the beginners market. The Quest has a soft torsional and longitudinal flex, a directional shape for riding all over the mountain and an easy to maintain extruded base that even the most inept DIY enthusiast can fix. Perfect for your first steps on a board, through to sticking lines in the park
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The Protocol has triaxial glass for that extra bit of grip in hard conditions and a true twin shape for precision switch riding. But the Protocol isn’t your average true twin, terrain park get around. Sims have eradicated the camber much like K2’s Flatline technology for that worn in feel and increased float in powder. To make sure none of that lovely pop gets lost the designers installed a full length Poplar core and a tip to tail one inch thick carbon stringer.
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If you’re suffering from suicidal freestyle tendencies like Steve Fisher you’ll need a board that can handle big pipes, huge quarters and bone crunching landings. Sims sat down with Steve and what they came up with was a directional twin with tri-axial glass, carbon stringers a reduced core profile to cut down weight and increase pop and rubber damped edges to take those nasty vibrations out of your days riding and increase durability. It’s so good Steve put his name on it…actually that was George Forman and the Mean Lean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine…never mind.
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With a full length wood core, an extruded base and rubber damped edges, this Heiress is low maintenance. Bi-axial glass, a directional all-mountain shape and women’s specific flex pattern make the Heiress suitable for women riders of all abilities.
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